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CONTENTS 1 Nice to meet you 9

3 Eat. play. sleep. repeat.

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Check In 10

Check In

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Main Track 11 Step 1: meeting and greeting someone 11 Step 2: giving and asking information about people 14

Main Track Step 1: talking about daily routines and hobbies Step 2: talking about what you like and don’t like Step 3: asking and answering questions

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Summary Grammar – HOW TO talk about facts and routines – HOW TO ask questions Vocabulary – Daily routines – Hobbies – Time – Other words and expressions Strategy – HOW TO read a text more effectively

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On Different Tracks Check 1: talking about daily routines and hobbies Check 2: talking about what you like and don’t like Check 3: asking and answering questions

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Check Out: a regular week

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On Different Tracks 31 Check 1: meeting and greeting someone 31 Check 2: giving and asking information about people 35 Check Out: hi, my name is … 41

2 R U READY?

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Check In

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Main Track Step 1: describing a classroom Step 2: spelling in English

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Summary Grammar – HOW TO talk about one or more things Vocabulary – School necessities – Subjects at school Strategy – HOW TO use a dictionary Useful expressions – HOW TO ask for something in class

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On Different Tracks 67 Check 1: describing a classroom 67 Check 2: spelling in English 71 Check Out: c is for classroom

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Main Track Step 1: talking about dates Step 2: describing events

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Summary Grammar – HOW TO talk about when and where things happen Vocabulary – Ordinal numbers – Months and dates – Events Useful expressions – HOW TO write and say the date

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On Different Tracks Check 1: talking about dates Check 2: describing events

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Check Out: presenting a cultural event

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Summary 24 Grammar 24 – HOW TO refer to people and things 24 Vocabulary 26 – Numbers 26 – Meeting and greeting 26 Strategy 28 – HOW TO study vocabulary and grammar 28 – HOW TO listen/watch more effectively 29 Useful expressions 30 – HOW TO meet and greet someone 30

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STARTEN MET TRACK Welkom in Track. We leggen graag even uit hoe je met dit boek aan de slag gaat.

1 / Op weg met Track Het leerwerkboek bestaat uit vier units en elke unit is op dezelfde manier opgebouwd. Op de voorpagina van elke unit vind je terug wat je gaat leren om de taak aan het einde van de unit, de Check Out, goed te kunnen uitvoeren. Deze voorpagina toont je de weg die je zult afleggen.

UNIT 2: R U READY? check in Step 1: describing a classroom

main track

Step 2: spelling in English

In de Check In maak je kennis met het thema van de unit.

summary

trace your steps

CHECK IN School language 1

READING

Read the cartoon and answer the questions. a What is the cartoon about?

on different tracks

b What class are the students in?

check out: c is for classroom

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8 c Why can’t the boy raise his hand?

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CHECK 1, p. 67

De Main Track is opgebouwd uit verschillende Steps. In elke Step leer je een afzonderlijke bouwsteen om de taak aan het einde van de unit te kunnen maken.

ABC, simple as 1, 2, 3

Step 2

Spelling in English

1 / GR8 2 C U READING

Read the beginning of the book ttyl by Lauren Myracle and answer the questions.

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a What sort of conversation are the main characters having?

b Do the characters write in a formal or an informal way? How do you know this?

c What are the nicknames of the two characters?

d What do you think ‘defunkify’ means?

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© CollegHumor

e What did Angela give Maddie? Why?

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Can you write the standard English words for these abbreviations? Tip: say them out loud. Do you know of a funny or strange classroom situation? Tell the class about it. – wh-hoo to u 2:

SPEAKING

– did u get: – kinda: #

– cuz even tho school’s started …:

U READY? – R we’re gonna have:

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UNIT 2:

– r we?:

Aan het einde van elke Step zie je een verwijzing naar een Check. Die Check vind je terug in het onderdeel On Different Tracks. In On Different Tracks ga je na of je de bouwsteen al onder de knie hebt. – ur brown as a berry:

UNIT 2:

R U READY?

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SUMMARY HOW TO talk about one or more things Indefinite article a/an and plural of nouns Excuse me, miss, is there a bin?

No, there isn’t.

GRAMMAR

In de Summary vind je een overzicht van de grammatica, woordenschat, strategieën en veelgebruikte uitdrukkingen.

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– good 2 c u:

CHECK 2, p. 71

Are there pens in your pencil case? Yes, there are, there are 4 pens in my pencil case. Here you go … Can I have an apple, please?

1 The indefinite article To talk about 1 thing, you use the indefinite article a or an.

Check 2

listening

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Je leerkracht zal je zeggen wanneer je de Check kunt uitvoeren. Afhankelijk van je resultaat kun je – helemaal volgens jouw tempo en niveau – de leerstof nog even herhalen, extra oefenen of meer verdiepende oefeningen maken.

Spelling in English

Listen and write down the words that are spelled.

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an

a biro a binder a calculator a schoolbag a university

an apple an hour an orange an orange juice an umbrella

If the following noun starts with a consonant sound, we use ‘a’.

If the following noun starts with a vowel sound, we use ‘an’.

Look up the following words in a dictionary. Write a sentence as an example for at least two meanings of the word. The first one is done for you as an example. We used the online Cambridge Essential British Dictionary.

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a Player: 1 Kevin De Bruyne is a football player.

2 They say that that boy is a player. 3 Where is the DVD player? b Bank:

c Bat:

Je kunt je traject in On Different Tracks helemaal zelfstandig doorlopen, met een partner of samen met de klas. d Light:

e State:

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ex. 2

ex. 3

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Als je alle bouwstenen hebt doorlopen en ze voldoende hebt ingeoefend, dan ben je zeker klaar voor de Check Out, de taak aan het einde van de unit. Hier kun je alles wat je geleerd hebt in de unit toepassen.

CHECK OUT: C IS FOR CLASSROOM Orientation You will create your own version of the alphabet.

Preparation 1

listening

Watch the video. What is it about?

Action 2

SPEAKING

Make your own video, PowerPoint or Prezi presentation about at least 15 letters of the alphabet. – Use a picture for every item or show the actual item in your video. – Include at least 7 school items in your video or presentation. e.g. C is for classroom. – Use ‘there is’ and ‘there are’ at least 5 times. e.g. C is for classroom. There are 25 classrooms in this school. – If you make a video, record your own voice to say the items you are showing; e.g. A is for apple. There is an apple in my lunchbox. – Upload your video to the platform your teacher decides: e.g. SmartSchool, YouTube, SchoolOnline … – If you make a presentation in PowerPoint or Prezi, present your alphabet live. – Mind your pronunciation.

Elke Check Out gebruikt de OVUR-strategie:

Reflection

Orientation

3 Reflect on your task by filling in the checklist. Checklist: describing your holiday

Yes

Preparation

1 Preparation • I described my friends’ holiday activities. • I wrote my note or postcard in draft first.

Action I think so

No

Reflection

2 Content Reflection 3 Check your work by filling in the checklist. • I wrote about 75 words. Checklist: my alphabet • I included all the necessary elements. 1 Content and structure R U READY? • There are15 letters. • I respected the rules for writing an informal note or postcard.

Yes

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We willen graag dat je vorderingen maakt en dat je reflecteert op je taken en leert uit 3 Language use • I used the correct vocabulary to describe the activities and the feedback. UNIT 2:

I think so

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• There are 7 school items. • There are pictures / actual items for every letter. • My video / presentation is about 2 minutes.

2 Language • I used ‘there is’ and ‘there are’ correctly. • I pronounced all the items correctly. • I spoke loud and clearly. • I minded my pronunciation.

weather. • I used the past simple tense correctly. • I paid attention to the structure of my sentences. • I checked my spelling and punctuation.

Feedback

Feedback

Trace your steps on diddit.

Trace your steps on diddit.

Ten slotte kun je na elke unit je onlineportfolio op diddit individueel of samen met je leerkracht invullen. Zijn er dingen die nog niet zo goed lopen, dan krijg je meteen ook digitale oefeningen bij je werkpunten.

CreepyPastaKitty Apart from hanging out with friends and watching TV etc, my hobbies are: taekwondo, watching documentaries and experiencing new things. We sometimes go to a museum but I also have a lot of fun when we go shopping. That is something I do with my mother and sister. I like going for walks in the country, especially near my home village. My father and brothers also go horse riding. I play Pokemon, especially when I’m up for a challenge.

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2 / Nuttig voor onderweg Feather Friend Just like you, I enjoy walking too. I prefer walking in places where there’s water, like the beach or the river, or even in the rain. I love taking photos, particularly of birds. I wish I had a better camera.

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AAO I spend time sleeping and nothing else. I’m sure it’s not productive, but I enjoy it.

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In de loop van elke unit word je ondersteund door een aantal hulpmiddelen. 

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2

Highlight the verbs in the text in exercise 1.

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What subjects are used in these sentences?

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Complete the grammar box with the correct information.

GRAMMAR

How to talk about facts and routines

and hobbies, the present simple tense

Subject verb + rest of sentence

sometimes

1Present book simple 2 3

7 8 9

5

10

I don’t! I hate getting up early.

chess every weekend. (to play)

3 / Find it in your dictionary

Do you like playing videogames?

Note that the verbs hate, love and like are often followed by the -ing form of the verb to describe your likes and dislikes. e.g. I like reading books.. See p. 107

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listening

6

4

I wake up at 6 a.m. every morning.

to a museum. (to go)

Grammaticale regels staan altijd in een kader, met een duidelijk voorbeeld erbij. Hier vul je zelf een aantal basiskenmerken van de regel in. Hoe je de grammatica gebruikt, vind je vervolgens terug in de Summary. Aan de hand van nog meer voorbeelden en illustraties schetsen we de context waarin je de grammatica kunt gebruiken.

Listen to the words that are spelled and write them down.

Form of verb

walking. (to like)

You

They

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HOW TO talk about facts and routines

a lot in my free time. (to draw)

I

We

R U READY?

GRAMMAR

To talk about what you , your is used in English. The form of the verb depends on the subject.

UNIT 2:

SUMMARY

Open your print dictionary at random, look at the pages and Yes, I do. My father write these items down. loves it too.

1 the first word on the left-hand page:

2 the last word on the right-hand page: 3 a long word on one of the pages:

eighty-seven

pagenumber

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4 a short word on one of the pages:

FORM Subject

1st p. sing. 2nd p. sing.

UNIT 3:

UNIT 4:

EAT, PLAY, SLEEP, REPEAT.

OFF W E W ENT

3rd p. sing.

87 1st p. plur.

I You He/She/It We

Positive (+)

Negative (-)

5 (?) an abbreviation: Questions

work.

do not/don’t work.

Do I work? 6 a word you know: Do you work?

work. works. work.

do not/don’t work. does not/doesn’t work. do not/don’t work.

7 a word you don’t know:

Does he/she/it work?

Do we work? 8 the page numbers:

2nd p. plur.

You

work.

do not/don’t work.

Do you work?

3rd p. plur.

They

work.

do not/don’t work.

Do they work?

Rule:

Subject + base form of the verb (!) 3rd p. sing.: +s

Subject + do(es)n’t/do(es) not + base form of the verb

Do(es) 2 Connect each dictionary term with its definition. There is one definition you don’t need. + subject + base form of the verb 1 root word a the way you say the word

9 a word you like or the funniest word:

when you speak

2 pronunciation

b f unction of the word in speech, e.g. verb or noun

3 part of speech

c the meaning of the word d The word you are looking for

4 definition

e The history of the word

STRATEGY

HOW TO use a dictionary

Most dictionaries have a print and an online version. Some even have (free) applications. Find the right entry in the dictionary and choose the meaning that fits the context.

questions. EAT, PLAY, SLEEP, REPEAT.

UNIT 2:

R U READY?

Print READING

Check the spelling. e.g. flour or flower, plain or plane?

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a Indicate the dictionary terms from exercise 2 on the image.

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Print or online?

See p. 65

Look at the print screen image of the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary and answer the #

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STRATEGY

How to use a dictionary

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Omdat leerstrategieën ontzettend belangrijk zijn, vind je die ook in de Main Track terug wanneer je ze nodig hebt. Elke leerstrategie kun je via een handig schema of overzicht nog eens rustig bekijken in de Summary, ook als je er later nog eens gebruik van wilt maken.

Got it! Then what?

Find the root word. – plural  singular e.g. dictionaries  dictionary

– conjugated verb  base form e.g. writing  write – expression  keyword e.g. teacher’s pet  ‘teacher’ or ‘pet’

Found it!

Go to the right section of the dictionary.

I’m here. What now?

Choose the meaning that fits the context. e.g. plain white flour ✘ not beautiful: e.g. a plain face ✔ ordinary, not special

Online Download the app or go the website. www.dictionary.com www.merriam-webster.com www.oxforddictionaries.com www.dictionary.cambridge.org

Okay, then what?

Check the spelling. e.g. flour or flower, plain or plane?

Check! ✔ Type in the word you want to know the meaning of.

Found it!

Choose the meaning that fits the context. e.g. plain white flour ✘ not beautiful: e.g. a plain face ✔ ordinary, not special

Got it!

Great! I found what I was looking for. UNIT 2:

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R U READY?

sixty-five

Click on the pronunciation of the word.

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© Featureflash Photo Agency /

Adele

Amy Winehouse

J.K. Rowling

° 5/5/1988

° 14/9/1983

° 31/07/1965

† 23/07/2011 4

Complete the grid with the correct months. 1

2

3

January 8

10

6

12

September

October

December

Complete the box on how to write and say the date in English.

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

In writing

How to write and say the date

Examples

British English

American English

10 June 2020 10 / 06 / 2020

December 1st, 2020 12 / 1 / 2020

Rule: Examples

In speaking

Omdat je Engels wilt gebruiken in een realistische context, reiken we je graag ook veelgebruikte uitdrukkingen aan.

5

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May

9

August

5

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March

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Rule:

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Q: ‘What is the date?’ A1: ‘It's June the tenth, twenty twenty.’ A2: ‘It's the tenth of June, twenty twenty.’ A1: A2:

+ +

+ +

+

+

+

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Q: ‘What is the date?’ A: ‘It's December first, twenty twenty.’

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one hundred and thirty-seven

See p. 154

UNIT 4:

3 TIME o’clock English

German

Spanish

French

5 to

Dutch

5 past 10 past

10 to

25

a quarter to

religion

history

a quarter past 20 past

20 to

geography

25 past

25 to

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De woordenschat van elke unit geven we je graag mee via mindmaps of via een overzichtelijke woordenlijst met ruimte om je eigen woorden en zinnen aan te vullen.

half past

2 SUBJECTS AT SCHOOL

Word

art(s)

economics

mathematics / maths

psychology

natural science

social science

chemistry

physical education

food science

physics

Translation

My notes

o’clock

uur

five (5) past

5 over

ten (10) past

10 over

a quarter past

kwart over

twenty (20) past

20 over

twenty-five (25) past

25 over/5 voor half

half past

half

twenty-five (25) to

25 voor

twenty (20) to

20 voor

a quarter to

kwart voor

ten (10) to

10 voor

five (5) to

5 voor

biology

What are Some Hobbies that Teens are Interested in? one hundred and twelve

computer studies BY CHERYL STEPHENSON-HEARNS

Hobbies have many mental and physical health benefits, including more optimism, higher creativity and EAT, PLAY, SLEEP, REPEAT. R U READY?to deal with stress. Sharing hobbies with others also112 a better ability keeps teens socially engaged with people who have similar interests. Teens can be interested in almost unlimited hobbies. Here are some possible hobbies.

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Music Which letters sound the same? Teens can enjoy music as a hobby in a number of ways.

listening

a can Complete table. to music Vaardigheden zijn een belangrijk onderdeel bij het leren van een nieuwe taal. Daarom geven we They relax bythe listening or they can benefit intellectually by learning how to play an instrument. Teens /eɪ/ /iː/ /e/ /aɪ/ /juː/ /əʊ/ /ɑː/ bij elke oefening aan op welke vaardigheid je het meest aan het oefenen bent: listening, watching, can show their musical talents in school or community day IfLike in see Like in bed Like in why Like in you Like in no Like in far bandsLike andinchoirs. the teen is tech-savvy, computer programsAallow users toBcreate music Frecordings andI mixes. interaction reading , speaking , spoken , writing , written interaction. Q O R

Sports H Teens have many choices when it comes to activities. Indoor activities include gym memberships, yoga and dance classes. Outdoor activities range from skiing and snowboarding in winter to sailing and skateboarding in summer. Teens can also choose to participate in traditional team sports such as soccer, baseball, basketball and hockey. For non-traditionalists, they can join an ultimate frisbee or paintball team.

listening

watchING

The arts Some teens enjoy unwinding with a good book. The fantasy genre has become very popular in recent years. Other teens prefer to express themselves through creative art, spending time drawing, painting or sculpting. And what do b Which letters are vowels? you think about making jewellery or doing scrapbooking, or Which letters are consonants? 20 car cmodelling, cooking and baking? For those teens with a dramatic flair, there are often opportunities to act, sing or 6 Listen and circle the letters you hear. dance in theatre productions.

READING

SPOKEN INTERACTION

SPEAKING

WRITING

writtEN INTERACTION

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3 / Fijn en handig voor onderweg A

B

C

D

E

F

G

listening H

I

J

K

L

Wanneer er moeilijke woorden voorkomen in het authentieke tekstmateriaal, worden die uitgelegd in de glossary.

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Social causes O to make P a difference Q R in theirS communities T U V W X Y Z Teens N who want to be tech-savvy: knowing a lot about can volunteer in hospitals, animal shelters, libraries and modern technology, especially computers Teens also have the option of taking part in 25 7 museums. Complete the table with your information. Then ask your classmate, but to he/she has toby spell it. SPOKEN to benefit: be helped someone INTERACTION ‘voluntours’, plannedand tripswrite to exotic where Listen carefully downlocations the letters yourthey classmate says. an opportunity: a chance can view the sites while volunteering, for example, to teach to unwind: to relax Can spellhomes … You Your classmate English oryou to build and schools.

In de Did You Know-kaders vind je leuke weetjes en achtergrondinformatie.

Adapted from: www.livestrong.com

Did you know?

When there is a pair of the same consonants in a word, e.g. ll in ‘all’, we say ‘double el’ instead of ‘el el’. UNIT 3:

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Het luisterfragment dat hierbij hoort, vind je ook bij het onlinelesmateriaal terug. Het beeldfragment dat hierbij hoort, vind je ook bij het onlinelesmateriaal terug. Als je dit icoon ziet, moet je iets online opzoeken. seven

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your favourite uncle’s first name? Technology The your technology available teens gives them unlimited favourite aunt’sto surname? options for hobbies. Teens can create and maintain a blog the name of a town in the USA or inThey the UK? or a vlog on a topic that interests them. can also play videoyour games, use social networking favourite artist’s name? sites and even build robots and write programs to make them run. The Internet a name you really like? provides a world of opportunities for teens without even leaving their bedrooms.

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het onlineleerplatform bij Track Leerstof kun je inoefenen op jouw niveau. Je krijgt meteen feedback aan de hand van theoriekaders en instructiefilmpjes. Je kunt vrij oefenen en de leerkracht kan ook voor jou oefeningen klaarzetten.

Hier vind je de opdrachten terug die de leerkracht voor jou heeft klaargezet. Hier kan de leerkracht toetsen en taken voor jou klaarzetten. Trace Your Steps: vul hier jouw portfolio in om aan te duiden wat je al beheerst. Benieuwd hoe ver je al staat met oefenen en opdrachten? Hier vind je een helder overzicht van je resultaten. Hier vind je het lesmateriaal per unit (o.a. audio- en videobestanden). Alle instructiefilmpjes en leerbladen uit de Summary zijn hier verzameld.

HOW TO refer to people and things Personal pronouns and the verb ‘to be’

Hi Tamara! I’m Taryll, but Jon already introduced me. He’s very nice.

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eleven

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thirteen

fourteen

fifteen

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twenty-three

eighteen

nineteen

twenty

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twenty-five

twenty-six

twenty-seven

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HOW TO study vocabulary and grammar

LEARNING FROM CONTEXT Word fields

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

No, I’m not. I’m Jon and this is Taryll.

STRATEGY

Hi, I am Tamara. Are you Taryll?

VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR

SUMMARY

Group words together that belong to the same word field: e.g. outdoor hobbies vs indoor hobbies Make a word list, a word web, an image list ...

PLURAL

SINGULAR

1 Personal pronouns

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Personal pronouns as subject

Personal pronouns as object

I am Tamara.

This is me.

You are Jon.

I love you.

He has many friends.

I like him.

She is nice.

He likes her.

It is all right.

They hear it.

We are fine.

You know us.

Jon and Taryll, you are late again!

They miss you.

They are happy.

You like them.

40

50

60

70

thirty 90 ninety

80

forty

fifty

sixty

seventy

eighty

100

200

250

1,000

10,000

one / a hundred

two hundred

two hundred and fifty

one thousand

ten thousand

Understand the definition Look for examples: do a simple online search and you will see the word in many different examples or contexts.

NICE TO MEET YOU

Word

Translation

age

leeftijd

boy

jongen

first name

voornaam

friend

vriend

full name

volledige naam

girl

meisje

ID-card / identity card

identiteitskaart

last name (US), surname (UK), family name

familienaam

middle name

tweede voornaam

nickname

bijnaam

parents

ouders

pupil

leerling

Write individual words down or use the words in your own sentences.

My notes

UNIT 1:

Use flash cards. They are an easy way to review your vocabulary and to separate words into different categories.

2 Introducing yourself/someone else in English

3 Giving extra information about yourself – I am from … (= place) – I am … years old. (= age)

4 Asking for extra information about someone else – – – – –

Keep the (difficult) words visible: write them on sticky notes and hang them around your room.

Visual memory? Draw a picture.

5 Saying goodbye in English

Auditory memory? Replace the words in a song.

NICE TO MEET YOU

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DIDDIT

– – – – – –

Goodbye / bye See you soon. It was nice to meet you. Talk to you soon. Talk to you later. See you later.

Keep in mind! How do you do? This is very formal. It can be used when you first meet someone and shake the other person’s hand. The answer to ‘How do you do?’ is also ‘How do you do?’.

NICE TO MEET YOU

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Who are you? / What’s your name? / Excuse me, you are? Where are you from? How are you? How old are you? How do you do?

LEARNING BY USING MEMORY TRICKS

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– Hello – Hi – Hey

1 Saying ‘hello’ in English

– Hello, my name is … – Hi, I am … – This is …

Read through your list or look through your word webs. Cover up one half and go through the other half.

Say the word out loud a few times. You can even record yourself or explain the words to other people.

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Look up unfamiliar words: make sure you understand the definitions of all your new words.

HOW TO meet and greet someone

LEARNING FROM REPETITION

2 MEETING AND GREETING

Keep in mind: – ‘I’  always a CAPITAL letter – ‘he/him’ and ‘she/her’  only for people and pets – ‘it’  for things and other animals

UNIT 1:

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NICE TO MEET YOU


UNIT 1: NICE TO MEET YOU check in main track

Step 1: meeting and greeting someone

Step 2: giving and asking information about people

summary trace your steps

on different tracks check out: hi, my name is ...


UNIT 2: R U READY? check in main track

Step 1: describing a classroom

Step 2: spelling in English

summary

trace your steps

on different tracks check out: c is for classroom


UNIT 3: EAT, PLAY, SLEEP,  REPEAT. check in main track

Step 1: talking about daily routines and hobbies

Step 2: talking about what you like and don’t like

Step 3: asking and answering questions

summary

trace your steps

on different tracks check out: a regular week


UNIT 4: A DAY TO REMEMBER check in main track

Step 1: talking about dates

Step 2: describing events

summary

trace your steps

on different tracks check out: presenting a cultural event